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Floyd Mayweather: Forever Undefeated
By Hans Olson, Boxing Insider, 08 May 2012
In Ernest Hemingway’s classic novel The Old Man and The Sea, there’s a line that reads “man is not made for defeat…[a] man can be destroyed, but not defeated.”
If ever there was a fighter that which is defined by the former, it’s Floyd Mayweather.
No truer can the latter be applied to than wit Read Full Story >>>
UPDATED BREAKING NEWS: David Haye and Dereck Chisora Obtain Licenses, Fight in London July 14
By Johnny Walker, Boxing Insider, 08 May 2012
The Telegraph reports that feuding UK heavyweights Dereck “Del Boy” Chisora and former WBA champion David Haye will meet in the ring on July 14 at Upton Park, London, home of the West Ham soccer team.
According to the report, the fight, which will be announced at a press conference tomorrow, will Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao Watch: Villanueva is not going anywhere
By Edwin G. Espejo, Asian Correspondent, 08 May 2012
With apologies to both Manny Piñol and Recah Trinidad, recent knockout victim Lorenzo Villanueva is not going anywhere. He can’t be genuine world boxing champion let alone a durable one.
I have seen tapes of Villanueva’s fights and was lucky enough to be at the ringside in one of his fights. No Read Full Story >>>
Kiss Mayweather-Pacquiao Goodbye
By Lee Wylie , The Sweet Science, 08 May 2012
Let's make one thing perfectly clear. Regardless of how some people scored the fight, Floyd Mayweather did a masterful job in dethroning Miguel Cotto on Saturday night, in what I consider one of his best ever nights. Yes, there have been better performances in the past from Mayweather - his ring art Read Full Story >>>
Miguel Cotto To Hold Presser, Canelo a Future Option?
By Rick Reeno, BoxingScene.com, 08 May 2012
According to legal adviser Gaby Peñagarícano, former three division world champion Miguel Cotto (37-3, 30KOs) is planning to stage a press conference in Puerto Rico, in the coming weeks, to discuss this past Saturday's decision loss to Floyd Mayweather Jr. (43-0, 26KOs) and his future plans for 2012 Read Full Story >>>
The Iceman Calmeth: John Scully, Chad Dawson and Emotions
By Joe Roche, 3MoreRounds.com, 08 May 2012
Emotions are a difficult thing for fighters. A fighter who enters the ring without enough emotion will often look lethargic, as if he’s going through the motions. On the opposite end of the spectrum, a fighter who steps between the ropes too emotional can often times become reckless, or lack focus a Read Full Story >>>
PACQUIAO L.A. CAMP: ARIZA IS BACK; MORE PHOTOS
PhilBoxing.com, 08 May 2012
Superstar Manny Pacquiao stretches with conditioning coach Alex Ariza during his US opening training camp at the Wildcard Boxing Club Monday in preparation for his upcoming World Welterweight title mega-fight against undefeate Read Full Story >>>
PHOTO: PACQUIAO OPENS U.S. TRAINING CAMP
PhilBoxing.com, 08 May 2012
May 7, 2012, Hollywood, Ca. -- Superstar Manny Pacquiao opens his US training camp at the Wildcard Boxing Club Monday in preparation for his upcoming World Welterweight title mega-fight against undefeated Jr. Welterweight cham Read Full Story >>>
Roach takes midnight flight for induction
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 08 May 2012
MANILA, Philippines - Five-time Boxing Writers Association of America trainer of the year Freddie Roach will leave Las Vegas on a midnight flight via a private chartered jet shortly after Manny Pacquiao’s fight against Tim Bradley for his induction into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in Canas Read Full Story >>>
Exclusive update revealing the new Manny Pacquiao with Brian Livingston
By Granville Ampong, Examiner.com, 08 May 2012
Mt. Hollywood Hiking Trail at Griffith Park, Los Angeles, CA - The sun was about 45 degrees teasing the deep ridge by Hollywood sign with the less hazy skies right above acros Read Full Story >>>
Floyd Mayweather Is Still Terrified Of Manny Pacquiao
By Scoop Malinowski, Boxing Insider, 08 May 2012
Like a non-stop output of punches over 12 rounds by a determined warrior, the excuses by Floyd Mayweather to avoid a showdown with Manny Pacquiao just never cease.
Despite scoring an impressive performance to defeat Miguel Cotto on Saturday night in Las Vegas, Mayweather is still adamantly oppose Read Full Story >>>
Arum on latest from Floyd: Nonsense
By Abac Cordero, The Philippine Star, 08 May 2012
MANILA, Philippines - Nothing new about Floyd Mayweather Jr. challenging Manny Pacquiao in front of 16,000-plus fans at the MGM Grand and the millions then watching from around the world.
He dared Pacquiao to take the drug test, asserted his right for a bigger share of the purse, and claimed Bob Read Full Story >>>
A Note On Subjective Scoring, In Light Of Floyd Mayweather, Jr. Vs. Miguel Cotto
By James Foley, The Queensberry Rules, 08 May 2012
What if I told you I had Miguel Cotto beating Floyd Mayweather 117-111 (nine-three in rounds)? Well, you can relax, I didn’t. Don’t puke all over your Pernell Whitaker t-shirt and rush to defecate on my Twitter just yet. I scored the fight 116-112 Mayweather, giving Cotto rounds 2, 5, 6 and 8. But i Read Full Story >>>
Cotto Denies He Protested Scores of Mayweather Loss
By Jhonny Gonzalez, BoxingScene.com, 08 May 2012
Former three division champion Miguel Cotto (37-3, 30KOs) has denied some of the recent comments that were published by various outlets, which most outlets attributed to him, regarding his alleged disgust with the scoring of Saturday's fight with Floyd Mayweather Jr. (43-0, 26KOs) - and that include Read Full Story >>>
Azad Championship Report - Random Thoughts on Ring Kings
By Steve Kim, MaxBoxing.com, 08 May 2012
On Saturday night at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, in typical master class form Floyd Mayweather withstood the valiant effort of Miguel Cotto to win the WBA junior middleweight title. And while the scores were wide (117-111 twice and 118-110), it was still a contest that was entertaining and compellin Read Full Story >>>
Mayweather: Augustus Was Tough, Cotto Was Tougher
By Osman Rodriguez, BoxingScene.com, 08 May 2012
Miguel Cotto may have lost the fight, but he certainly earned the respect of Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Prior to Saturday night's main event, Mayweather (43-0, 26KOs) praised Emanuel Augustus as being the toughest opponent of his 16 year career. Mayweather fought Augustus [then 22-16] at the Cobo Hall Read Full Story >>>
MAYWEATHER-COTTO: THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY
By John McCormick, BoxingTalk.com, 08 May 2012
Saturday night’s mega-fight in which Floyd Mayweather defeated Miguel Cotto by a clear but competitive unanimous decision displayed everything a big boxing event should. Skill, determination, perseverance, will power, drama, suspense, surprise, and violence were all present throughout the twelve rou Read Full Story >>>
De La Hoya: 'Mayweather will expose Pacquiao'
By Lem Satterfield, The Ring, 08 May 2012
LAS VEGAS -- The day before Floyd Mayweather Jr. earned his eighth crown in five weight classes with a unanimous decision over 154-pound rival Miguel Cotto, Golden Boy President Oscar De La Hoya held a round-table discussion with a cluster of reporters.
De La Hoya, 39, contrasted his losses to M Read Full Story >>>
LINDER'S LOOK: GETTING OUR "MONEY'S" WORTH
By Doveed Linder, BoxingTalk.com, 08 May 2012
Last Saturday was the first time in almost three years where I felt inspired and uplifted after buying a pay-per-show. I must confess that I almost skipped the broadcast, figuring it would be a night of mismatches and that my time could be better spent doing something else. But as a die-hard boxin Read Full Story >>>
KATHY DUVA NOT CONFIDENT OF JUDAH GETTING MARQUEZ FIGHT IN JULY
By David Kassel , FightHype.com, 08 May 2012
Rumors have been swirling since last week that WBO jr. welterweight champion Juan Manuel Marquez would be facing former jr. welterweight and welterweight champion Zab Judah on July 14th at Cowboys Stadium in Texas. Judah was the first to make comments about the fight, and Marquez, while not saying t Read Full Story >>>